Biting Insect Control – Fleas, bedbugs and mosquitoes

Pest Solution offers biting insect control throughout the entire region of East Anglia – Suffolk, Norfolk, Cambridgeshire and Essex. Bedbugs and fleas are the most commonly encountered biting insect pests, others include lice and mosquitoes. Although they are not insects, spiders, mites and ticks can also be a problem.
Why do biting insects need to be controlled?
  • Bites to humans
  • Bites to domestic animals
  • Disease
  • Damage to reputation
  • Paranoia
Bites to humans

Most biting insects attack human beings to have a blood meal. They usually inject some saliva into the puncture wound which contains an anaesthetic and an anticoagulant. This may lead discomfort as the body reacts to the foreign substance, leading to severe irritation and often secondary infection.

Bites to domestic animals

Fleas and mites can be a source of irritation and discomfort to domestic animals such as cats, dogs and chickens.


The bite of these animals may lead to infections such as malaria, Lyme disease (as seen above in the classical bullseye swelling) and yellow fever.

Damage to reputation

With bad reviews and headlines like these, a hotel’s reputation can be difficult to rebuild.


Being bitten by insects can cause anxiety and worry.

How can pest solution help?

Pest Control Contact

Talk to Pest Solution’s friendly, knowledgeable staff:

  • To discuss your pest problem;
  • To get advice;
  • To organise a site visit by a local technician at a time to suit you.
Pest Control Survey

After carrying out a survey our technician will:

  • Provide a tailor-made solution to your pest problem;
  • Provide a fixed price quotation;
  • Arrange treatment at a time to suit you, if the quotation is accepted.
Pest Control Treatment

Our fully qualified and insured technicians will:

  • Carry out a bespoke treatment;
  • Follow latest industry guidelines and techniques;
  • Carry out child and pet friendly treatments.
Pest Control What next?
What next?

After completion of the treatment, our technician will:

  • Advise on pest proofing to keep them out;
  • Advise on housekeeping to minimise pests;
  • If required, discuss further monitoring and treatments as part of a pest management plan.

Where very high populations of biting insects are present, a single application of insecticide may not be sufficient, as even a 99% kill rate can still leave sufficient survivors to form the basis of a new infestation. In such cases, additional treatments will need to be carried out until the infestation is eradicated.

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Combining an extensive knowledge of pests and a commitment to safe procedures, Pest Solution offers Pest Management that you can trust.